Sally, it wasn't too long ago that you and Don were 'regulars' at line dancing in Solon. Even though I was new, the both of you made me feel welcome and I will never forget that. My deepest sympathy to you on his loss---it is also everyone else's loss, too. God be with you in the coming months.
My deepest symapthy goes out to you and your family. I grew up with sally, Donald and his kids. Thank you for taking care of the pine tree my father grew.
I know he is at peace. May god be with you now and always.
My heart is filled with sadness for your loss while I rejoice with you for your husband is with the almighty where we will all be one day. He will be waiting for you and is celebrating his new pain free, everlasting life. It was fun to see Don and you this winter in Florida. Had hoped that this was a beginning of a new stage of our friendship. Don always had a joke and a smile for everyone he met. This I will always cherish about him. You were blessed to have been married to him for so many years. The wonderful memories you must have! God Bless You. Love and respect - Nancy Gordon
So sad to hear of Mr. Muntz's passing. I really liked him. He was always happy when I would see him out in the yard in Aurora. Rest in Peace Mr. Muntz.
My deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family, I remember growing up across the street from him , he was always a happy man. He truly loved his family he will be sadly missed. Belinda Rundo Reardon ( Rootstown, Oh)
I'm sorry to hear of your loss. Mr. Muntz was an awesome Guy. From taking my baseballs that would enter his front yard as a child, to the long talks at the end of his drive way about anything and everything. Sir you will definitely be missed! My prayers go out to the Muntz Family. - your old Neighbor.
John Muntz is a good friend of mine, and his father Don, from the few times I met him, was one heckuva man. R.I.P.
Dearest Sally, You know that my heart aches with you. I am glad that his suffering is over and now he will be able to worship God in his new body God has given him. Rejoice in the Lord for He is Good. Peace and Love to You, my sister in Christ. Norma
Our deepest sympathy to you & family. Don will be missed Friday nights playing dominos with his jokes and smily face at Deer Creek.
Aunt Sally and Ken, and family, Our deepest condolences. Uncle Don will be truly missed. You and yours are in our prayers and Uncle Don is at peace and in heaven with our Lord. Larry and Diane Muntz
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.
Rose and I are so very sad to hear of Don's passing, although we were aware of his valiant battle against this illness. Knowing that he is now pain-free doesn't ease your pain any, but the love of family and friends will help you along the path that you now find yourself.
I didn't know Don very well, but I knew him well enough to appreciate his wry wit, his generous spirit and his reasonable manner. When I'd get frustrated at shuffleboard, he'd calmly settle me down and help me keep perspective. I appreciated his quiet mentoring and his very kewl hats. I appreciated his wisdom. He's going to be very missed by his Deer Creek in Florida friends, not the least of which is me.
We cannot believe you both were married for nearly 60 years. You both didn't look old enough or act old enough. What a blessing!
We wish you strength, friendship and peace.
Sally &Family, Your in our prayers.For many years of friendship we will remember the good times. God has called him Home. Our deepest love and sympathy.John & Bernie Clark
Sally, we certainly enjoyed the times we spent at line dancing and jams with you and Don. Bob really enjoyed playing tricks on him. They seemed to find something to laugh about every jam night. Mum really appreciated you and Don coming over to play games with her too. He is in a better place. Love carol and Bob.
Dear family of my Brother; my sincere sympathy on his passing, I know God was awaiting him with open arms, I cannot be there in body but am there in spirit.
Ken..you are my friend and I would be negligent as a friend if I did not let you know how sad I feel at the passing of your dad. I did not know him but he looks like I would love being around him. It is a difficult and sad time for you and your family right now, but, with the Grace of God you will get through this.. Know that God is granting His Peace and Comfort to you and your family right now, and know that your dad is at peace now.... Thinking and praying for you... Barb Noble
Dear Ken and Dianne,
We were so sorry to hear about your dad's/grandpa's passing.
Over the years, we remember times when the families would get together and Don was always the funniest, silliest person there. He brought many smiles to everyone and we know he'll be missed greatly by all who knew him. That laugh!! He was alway such fun to be around.
Dianne, I think you were such an incredible joy to him and then the beautiful sweetheart of Aubrey that you brought into his life. Your grandfather was extremely proud of you.
Our thoughts and prayers will be with you and most especially Sally as she goes through such a difficult time.
We are sorry not to be able to be there for the service as we will be out of town.
Please accept our deepest sympathies for your loss.
Caren and Rob
He will be missed by many.God rest his soul. I have memories of my brother and am glad there was communication recently. I am praying for the family
Carol Muntz Tegreeny.
I loved your dad! Loved seeing him at your (Ken) place or over at Dianne and Rollins for cookouts....him and your mom playing corn-hole on opposite teams...LOL it was hilarious! I know from comments on FB that many will miss him...I send my condolences and my love to you and your family!
Brayden & I will miss Grandpa Don! It was so awesome to see him interact with Aubrey! And you couldn't mistake his love for Dianne and Rollin.He was a very sweet and funny man. May God wrap his loving arms around him & accept him into heaven! Love & prayers to Grandma Sally, Ken, Tina, Dianne, Rollin & Aubrey from all The Szabo's xoxoxo